Milton Friedman and John Maynard Keynes were the most influential economists of the 20th century in capitalist countries. But it was Friedman's work that was instrumental in the definitive turn toward free markets that defined the 1980s, as his defenses of freedom and capitalism resonated with audiences around the world. So it's no wonder that the final decades of the last century have sometimes been called “the Age of Friedman”—or that some analysts have sought to hold him responsible for both the rising prosperity and the social ills of recent decades. Jennifer Burns, in Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative, the first full biography to employ archival sources, tells Friedman's extraordinary story with the nuance it deserves. She provides lucid and lively context for his groundbreaking work on everything from why dentists earn less than doctors, to the vital importance of the money supply, to inflation and the limits of government planning and stimulus. She traces Friedman's longstanding collaborations with women, including the economist Anna Schwartz, as well as his complex relationships with political and economic leaders, such as Federal Reserve Chair Arthur Burns and Treasury Secretary George Shultz. Burns also details Friedman's direct interventions in policymaking at the highest levels. But most important, Burns explores his key role in creating a new economic vision and a modern American conservatism. Join us for an important discussion with Jennifer Burns about America's first neoliberal—and perhaps its last big conservative. MLF ORGANIZER: George Hammond A Humanities Member-led Forum program. Forums at the Club are organized and run by volunteer programmers who are members of The Commonwealth Club, and they cover a diverse range of topics. Learn more about our Forums. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The benefits of real estate investing are mind-blowing. Besides its tax advantages, returns, and opportunities for passive income, real estate investing offers several other benefits that any real estate investor can take advantage of. If you're considering investing in real estate—or want a refresher on why you did it in the first place—here are some of the most talked-about benefits when investing in real estate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the last month of the year and soon (but not yet!), it'll be the last podcast of the season. We had a lot of people write in about our last episode and so this Christmas, on behalf of all of you, we'll ask Santa for more Digging a Hole. But before we leave out some milk and cookies, we've still got some great episodes for you. Today, we've got a pre-recorded episode that – can you believe it – couldn't be aired for contracts (?!) reasons. But the embargo has been lifted! And here on the pod to talk about no less than a prince of free trade is Jennifer Burns, Associate Professor of History at Stanford University, discussing her new book, Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative. David and Sam start off by making Burns defend the subtitle of the book – was Friedman really the last conservative? Then we discuss the breadth of Friedman's life and the breadth of Burns's book, which travels the terrain of the intellectual history of economics to the study of Friedman as libertarian and television celebrity. We get deep into the debate between Keynesianism and monetarism – no math required, but make sure you've done your macro readings. Sam wants to know if the book is too easy on Friedman, especially his involvement in Chile. David wants to know if Friedman surrounded himself by sycophants to duck debates. And amidst all of that, Burns makes the case for Friedman as an underappreciated economic thinker who might be right about charter schools. Yes, we know that's a lot. We hope you enjoy. This podcast is generously supported by Themis Bar Review. Referenced Readings “The Mighty Wurlitzer Plays On” by Tim Barker
In this episode, Matt and Sam are joined by Stanford historian Jennifer Burns to discuss her new biography of Milton Friedman, the Nobel Prize-winning economist whose influence would reach far beyond the academy when, during his last decades, he became one of the most effective popularizers of libertarian ideas—in books, columns, and even a ten-part PBS program, Free to Choose. How did the son of Jewish immigrants in New Jersey come to hold the often radical ideas that made him famous? How does Friedman's variety of libertarianism differ from, say, that of Mises or Hayek? What made Friedman, unusually for the times, someone who valued the intellects and work of the women around him? And what should we make of Friedman now, as Trump and elements of the conservative movement and Republican Party supposedly jettison the "fusionism" of which Friedman's free markets were a part? As mentioned in the episode's introduction, listeners might want to revisit episode 16 with economist Marshall Steinbaum for a broader, and more critical, look at the Chicago school.Sources:Jennifer Burns, Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative (2023)Jennifer Burns, Ayn Rand: Goddess of the Market (2009)Naomi Klein, "40 Years Ago, This Chilean Exile Warned Us About the Shock Doctrine. Then He Was Assassinated." The Nation, Sept 21, 2016.Tim Barker, "Other People's Blood," n+1 , Spring 2019. Pascale Bonnefoy, "50 Years Ago, a Bloody Coup Ended Democracy in Chile," NY Times, Sept 11, 2023....and don't forget to subscribe to Know Your Enemy on Patreon for access to all of our bonus episodes!
Ralph welcomes back Chuck Collins, heir to the Hormel fortune and cofounder of Patriotic Millionaires to discuss his latest report “The True Cost of Billionaire Philanthropy” which asks the question, “Would society be better off if billionaires just kept their money and paid their fair share of taxes?” Plus, we speak briefly about the situation in Gaza with Lara Friedman, president of the Foundation for Middle East Peace and Francesco DeSantis keeps us up to date with the latest news with his segment “In Case You Haven't Heard.”Chuck Collins directs the Charity Reform Initiative at the Institute for Policy Studies, where he also co-edits Inequality.org. Mr. Collins co-founded the Patriotic Millionaires and United for a Fair Economy, and he is the author of Born on Third Base and The Wealth Hoarders: How Billionaires Pay Millions to Hide Trillions.Here's our analysis: for every dollar that Elon Musk or Bill Gates - some of these billionaires - give, the rest of us chip in 74 cents in lost tax revenue. And that's at the federal level... So, these are our tax dollars at work. And yet they're completely unaccountable in terms of where the money goes.Chuck CollinsThe financial industry, the wealth advisors—I call them the wealth defense industry—the tax attorneys and accountants. They have started to capture corners of what we think of as philanthropy with the same kind of worldview—capital preservation, tax minimization, passing on as much wealth to the next generation. So, you see ultra-wealthy people creating family foundations. And the most important thing to realize is this is taxpayer-subsidized private power.Chuck CollinsWe need to change the laws governing philanthropy. The framework that we are living with now is from 1969, which was a zenith of relative equality in the United States. We wouldn't have necessarily known that 50 years later we would be living in an oligarchy where billionaires would use their charity as an extension of their influence and power as aggressively as they are now.Chuck Collins[Shareholder resolutions are] a good way to shine some light on the murky, narcissistic, self-enriching practices of these executives who often do so at the expense of their own companies in a conflict of interest. It would be good if this discussion sparked something like that… It's not a structural reform of our political economy, to be sure. But it does alleviate some of the poverty, some of the health care necessities, the housing necessities in the areas where these corporations operate.Ralph NaderLara Friedman is the President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace. She is a leading authority on the Middle East, with particular expertise on U.S. foreign policy in the region, on Israel/Palestine, and on the way Middle East and Israel/Palestine-related issues play out in Congress and in U.S. domestic politics, Ms. Friedman is a former officer in the U.S. Foreign Service, with diplomatic postings in Jerusalem, Washington, Tunis and Beirut. She also served previously as the Director of Policy and Government Relations at Americans for Peace Now.In Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. The AP reports Hamas has released a third group of hostages – including 14 Israelis and the first American hostage – as part of a four-day truce with Israel. In return, Israel has released 39 Palestinian prisoners. The Biden administration has expressed that their goal is to extend the ceasefire as long as possible. This about-face in administration policy is a testament to the power of the sustained protest and public pressure campaigns in favor of a ceasefire. However, this truce is scheduled to expire at the end of this week.2. Going further, Vermont Senator Peter Welch has called for an “indefinite ceasefire,” following the horrific shooting of three Palestinian-American students in Burlington, Vermont. Senator Welch writes “The ceasefire must be extended...to stop the bombing and prevent further loss of civilian life. The United States cannot condone a resumption of the bombing when it causes death and injury to so many civilians.” It is noteworthy that the other Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, still refuses to call for a ceasefire.3. The Nation has published a piece on the genocide in Gaza that was pulled from the Harvard Law Review at the last moment. The opening lines of this article read “Genocide is a crime. It is a legal framework. It is unfolding in Gaza. And yet, the inertia of legal academia, especially in the United States, has been chilling. Clearly it is much easier to dissect the case law rather than navigate the reality of death. It is much easier to consider genocide in the past tense rather than contend with it in the present. Legal scholars tend to sharpen their pens after the smell of death has dissipated and moral clarity is no longer urgent.”4. The Intercept's Ryan Grim has shared an excerpt from his new book The Squad: AOC and the Hope of a Political Revolution in which he seeks to explain Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman's intransigent stance in favor of Israel. Essentially, Grim argues that Fetterman made a deal with AIPAC and the Democratic Majority For Israel, with Fetterman pledging opposition to the BDS movement and support for unconditional military aid to Israel, and in exchange, “DMFI and AIPAC stayed out of his race.”5. Independent journalist Séamus Malekafzali reports “A member of Germany's ruling coalition from the Greens wants all German media to sign a pledge to support Israel and its ‘right to exist', similar to how Axel Springer's media organizations (like Politico) do.” To learn more about POLITICO's new ultra-Zionist German ownership, check out the first issue of the Capitol Hill Citizen.6. The Prospect is out with a blockbuster article on the first major anti-trust case in 25 years, U.S. v. Google. This piece traces how what was once billed as the “Trial of the Century” became “the Secret Trial,” and stresses the testimony of Al-Amyn Sumar, legal counsel for the New York Times who “listed the factors that separated this case from any other his legal team had seen before… [including] numerous closed-door proceedings, withholding of public evidence, and extensive confidentiality claims by companies (not just Google, but secondary parties to the case like Microsoft and Apple) that were granted all too liberally by the judge. [Sumar noted] Even access to trial transcripts were scant, trickling out weeks after examinations.” Sumar capped this off by saying “this simply can't be the best way to go about the legal process.”7. The Prospect also reports the Biden-appointed chair of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Rostin Behnam, is attempting to implement a Trump-era rule that would “roll back Dodd-Frank protections for swap trades, a major class of derivatives that led directly to the 2008 financial crisis, by relaxing margin requirements for certain categories of investment funds.” Several Democrats are coming out in opposition to this move. A letter from Senator Sherrod Brown decries this as “a step in the wrong direction… [which would] undermine the goals of Dodd-Frank.”8. A third story from the Prospect focuses on deceptive Medicare Advantage plans, and specifically how they have been able to legally circumvent ACA protections covering pre-existing conditions. Put simply, if one enrolls in a Medicare Advantage program before age 65, then wishes to transition to traditional Medicare, they can be forced to undergo “underwriting” or medical health screening. As of now, only four states – New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maine – prevent Medigap, the Medicare supplemental insurance that covers the 20 percent of medical expenses not covered by Medicare, from underwriting Medicare Advantage patients attempting to switch back to traditional Medicare. As the article explains “The millions of Americans not living in those states are trapped in Medicare Advantage, because Medigap plans are legally able to deny them insurance coverage.” Yet another instance of the pernicious influence of Medicare Advantage on the health of American seniors.9. The Tuscon Sentinel has published a story which exemplifies the folly of the so-called school choice movement. Last year, Arizona became the first state to offer all families in the state public dollars to spend at private educational institutions. In response, nearly all private schools raised their tuition rates. As the article notes, “Critics…cite the tuition increases as evidence of what they've warned about for years: Universal school choice, rather than giving students living in poverty an opportunity to attend higher-quality schools, would largely serve as a subsidy for the affluent.”10. Finally, radical and cartoonish right-wing Libertarian Javier Milei has won the presidential election in Argentina. According to the AP, Milei has vowed to implement his signature “Chainsaw Plan” for “wholesale reform of the state to slash public spending, scrap half the government's ministries, sell state-owned companies and eliminate the central bank.” It remains to be seen how far Milei will go with this program, but signs point to turbulent times ahead in Argentina.This has been Francesco DeSantis, with In Case You Haven't Heard. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
Joey Friedman is a former college and professional catcher. He is a current Assistant Coach at King George High School. Since his playing career ended, he has coached at the youth level, high school level, and collegiate level. Follow Joey on Twitter (@JoeyFriedman5). Please visit https://www.kfbaseballforacure.com/ for information on the Karen Friedman Memorial Baseball Camp For A Cure Follow on Facebook: Facebook.com/baseballforacure IG: @kfbaseballforacure --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mozingobaseball/message
Chairman George Friedman and host Christian Smith recently sat down to focus in on the big picture of geopolitics. There is a new order coming, but unlike the reordering that took place after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. In this bonus clip, Dr. Friedman examines the patterns emerging between today's global crises. For the full episode and much more including our first two episodes on Tensions in Eurasia and The Rise of Geoeconomics, go to www.geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast and click 'Subscribe'.
Friends, This interview is one of the most startling I've posted to date. In this episode, we discover that pulse oximeters – which measure blood oxygen levels – are not ...
Though Rob Friedman trained and practiced as a lawyer, his passion was coaching and playing baseball. In 2014, he dove into the world of content creation. His niche? Not just baseball, but pitching specifically. Pitching Ninja was born. Since starting Pitching Ninja, Friedman has amassed over 400,000 Twitter followers, 100,000 Instagram followers, and appears on TV networks like Fox Sports and Peacock as a Pitching Analyst.
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David M. Friedman about the current situation in Israel and the Middle East; his experiences during the recent conflict; his criticisms of the current U.S. administration for its perceived weakness and for lifting sanctions on Iran, which he believes has emboldened groups like Hamas; the challenges Israel faces in dealing with Hamas and the Palestinian Authority; the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment in the West; the importance of Israel's biblical heritage and the need to protect it; and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why would a twin sacrifice her own needs to make sure her same-age sibling is always cared for? What would cause a twin to have panic attacks when he and his brother go away to separate colleges? Why do some twins find it so difficult to develop friendships and romantic relationships? The "twin mystique" and twins' own expectations of their relationship contribute to their difficulties. A therapist who understands the psychology of twins can articulate what's going on between the siblings. Clients will feel validated as well as relieved to gain clarity about a defining aspect of their identity. Twins in Session: Case Histories in Treating Twinship Issues (Rocky Pines Press, 2018) shows therapists how important the twin connection is, what it means, why it's sometimes more important than the relationship to either parent, and why some twins don't know who they are apart from the twinship. It will help therapists become a trusted outsider who can give twin clients perspective about their twinship issues and assist them in developing healthy relati Judith Tanen is an LP candidate at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis
Why would a twin sacrifice her own needs to make sure her same-age sibling is always cared for? What would cause a twin to have panic attacks when he and his brother go away to separate colleges? Why do some twins find it so difficult to develop friendships and romantic relationships? The "twin mystique" and twins' own expectations of their relationship contribute to their difficulties. A therapist who understands the psychology of twins can articulate what's going on between the siblings. Clients will feel validated as well as relieved to gain clarity about a defining aspect of their identity. Twins in Session: Case Histories in Treating Twinship Issues (Rocky Pines Press, 2018) shows therapists how important the twin connection is, what it means, why it's sometimes more important than the relationship to either parent, and why some twins don't know who they are apart from the twinship. It will help therapists become a trusted outsider who can give twin clients perspective about their twinship issues and assist them in developing healthy relati Judith Tanen is an LP candidate at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Music is something most people enjoy but research shows it also has therapeutic and healing properties.Music can help decrease chronic pain and lower depression. The right song can stimulate serotonin and dopamine levels, the body's neurotransmitters that regulate emotional well-being. It can help lower heart rate, blood pressure, and reduce the stress hormone called cortisol.Joining Dr. Friedman is Bill Protzmann, an accomplished musician who has spent decades studying the healing power of music.He is a successful IT entrepreneur who holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing. He's an Associate Member of the American Music Therapy Association and a member of the Healing Music Organization.Dr. Friedman chats with Bill on how to use music functionally in everyday situations including improving performance at work, strengthening communication and relationship skills, and combatting depression.
Michael Lomonaco narrates Andrew Friedman's high-energy audiobook with the right tempo, cadence, and tone. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Alan Minskoff discuss this tale of all the work that goes into creating a perfect dish. Lomonaco is a famed chef, restaurateur, and TV personality, so he understands the intensity and focus of a creative kitchen. The author is especially adept at profiles, including farmers, chefs, and employees at every level of a restaurant, as well as the people in distribution. Friedman's portrait of Chicago's former Wherewithall Restaurant is a loving testimony to high-end dining, specifically the restaurant's complex four-course tasting menus that delighted diners and critics alike. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Harper Audio. Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.com Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic comes from HarperCollins Focus, and HarperCollins Christian Publishing, publishers of some of your favorite audiobooks and authors, including Reba McEntire, Zachary Levi, Kathie Lee Gifford, Max Lucado, Willie Nelson, and so many more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Leslie sits down with the legendary photographer, Douglas Friedman, and discusses everything from his days in college, his early years as a photographer, his passion for architecture, and how Martha Stewart made him the perfect baked potato.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, and review. Follow us on Instagram @theinterviewwithleslie. A new episode is released every Wednesday.
Documentation is important for chiropractors, but it's not something that most chiropractors get excited about. In fact, most chiropractors try to do the least amount of documentation possible. But does documentation have to be the worst part of practice? Is there a better way? In this week's chiropractic podcast, I talk with Dr. Gregg Friedman about chiropractic documentation. We talk about documentation for insurance practices vs cash practices. We discuss the importance of proper documentation, the kind of results that chiropractors get from their care, and the secret to doing chiropractic documentation quickly and correctly. Let's get into it! Got Documentation: https://gotdocumentation.com Business & marketing training for chiropractors: https://rocketchiro.com/join Free practice assessment: https://rocketchiro.com/chiropractic-practice-assessment Chiropractic podcast: https://rocketchiro.com/chiropractic-podcast Best chiropractic websites: https://rocketchiro.com/best-chiropractic-websites Chiropractic SEO: https://rocketchiro.com/chiropractic-seo
Real estate investing, if done right, can create endless opportunities. Real estate is an awesome income producer with the right investment and jumpstarts your way to complete financial freedom. Many real estate investors become successful through the process of learning. For a beginner investor, the learning experience is often hands-on, like shadowing someone in the field or learning through courses or books. Even seasoned investors will continue to educate themselves throughout their careers to prosper even more. And in some states, there is a continuing education requirement to renew things like a real estate license, so for some, learning is required. This article discusses the best resources to help any real estate professional learn and understand investing from a financial, legal, and market perspective. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on the show: ON WORLD CHILDREN'S DAY: The Palestinian Death Toll surpasses 12,500 including WELL over 5000 children; We'll talk to some bay area kids and their mom. About what they have been doing to protest the killing and and call for an immediate ceasefire; Also an excerpt from the Latest edition of the electronic intifada with Ali Abu Nimah and Nora barrows Friedman. The post ON WORLD CHILDREN'S DAY: Palestinian Death Toll Surpasses 12,500 Including WELL Over 5000 Children. appeared first on KPFA.
Author, advocate and introvert Steve Friedman joins Hush Loudly host Jeri Bingham. Hear as Steve shares the journey that led him to create his community and the inspiration behind his bestselling books, including “The Corporate Introvert” and “The Essential Guide for Families with Down Syndrome”. For more information about Steve and all his projects, be […]
On This Episode, We Have The Host Of "Better Call Daddy Podcast" Reena Friedman Watts On The Show Discussing Her Podcast Show, Working With Her Father And Many More. Reena Friedman Watts Contact Info: IG: @reenafriendmanwatts | @bettercalldaddypodcast Twitter: @BetterCallDadd1 Better Call Daddy Podcast: https://goodpods.app.link/H1R3g2KdzEb Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts/ Website: https://megawattsproductions.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@BetterCallDaddy My Contact Info: instagram: @ken_mrgentleman Podcast IG: @mrgentlemanlifestylepodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://realmrgentlemanlifestylepodcast.com All My Social Media: https://linktr.ee/ken_mrgentleman Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpd6jM9ZrdHmZoLViCJ_ANw MrGentleman Lifestyle Merch At Teepublic: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mrgentlemanlifestyle?ref_id=11668 Shoutout LA - Meet Ken "Aka MrGentleman" Pyle (Read Now): https://shoutoutla.com/meet-ken-aka-mrgentleman-pyle-entrepreneur/ IHaveAPodcast Present Featured Podcast Of The Week (Read Now): https://ihaveapodcast.com/mrgentleman-lifestyle-podcast-ken-pyle/ VoyageLA - Conversations With Ken "Aka MrGentleman" Pyle (Read Now): http://voyagela.com/interview/conversations-with-ken-aka-mrgentleman-pyle/ Canvasrebel - Meet Ken "Aka MrGentleman" Pyle (Read Now): https://canvasrebel.com/meet-ken-aka-mrgentleman-pyle/ Podcast Sponsorship Newsly: https://newsly.me and the promo code MRGENTLEMAN --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mrgentlemanlifestylepod/message
PREVIEW OF TODAY'S PARROT TALK. FOR THE FULL EPISODE SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES. Marc Lamont Hill called out former Israeli Ambassador David Friedman for the misinformation regarding Israel's genocide of Palestinians. Friedman claims the hospital destroyed by the IDF was in fact the headquarters for Hamas. Friedman said that this a proven fact. However, when Hill pressed Friedman for the evidence, the former ambassador resorted to the tried and true Demoncrat strategy of name calling. Friedman proceeded to call Hill a holocaust denier. Hill continued to press Friedman on his claims, this time Friedman said to look at the evidence presented by Israel and to ask the CIA. This from an ambassador that was picked by President Trump. The same administration that has said countless times that the CIA or the FBI can be trusted. Again Hill was not deterred by Friedman and pressed again for facts, and that was when the gotcha moment happened. Mike Parrott breaks down the exchange between the two, and he reveals the gotcha moment, proving once again the talking heads stepped in it again. Also on this episode of Parrott Talk, Mike follows up on the Candace Owens story. Listen to this episode for all the details plus a few things you might not have heard on the main stream media.
Bik opens the show with an exclusive Elliotte Friedman clip talking about Pettersson's potential new contract. ESPN NHL Reporter Kristen Shilton joins the show to talk Nylander contract, what the Leafs have to do to evolve, Oilers new coach bump, Canucks being a positive surprise, Jack Hughes, and the future of neck guard's in hockey. This podcast is produced by Elan Chark The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
En este episodio platicamos con Andrés Friedman, Co-Fundador y CEO de Solfium, sobre la industria de energía solar en México y el mundo, así como su view del mercado para los próximos años.
Jennifer Burns is a professor of history at Stanford who works at the intersection of intellectual, political, and cultural history. She's written two biographies Tyler highly recommends: her 2009 book, Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right and her latest, Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative, provides a nuanced look into the influential economist and public intellectual. Tyler and Jennifer start by discussing how her new portrait of Friedman caused her to reassess him, his lasting impact in statistics, whether he was too dogmatic, his shift from academic to public intellectual, the problem with Two Lucky People, what Friedman's courtship of Rose Friedman was like, how Milton's family influenced him, why Friedman opposed Hayek's courtesy appointment at the University of Chicago, Friedman's attitudes toward friendship, his relationship to fiction and the arts, and the prospects for his intellectual legacy. Next, they discuss Jennifer's previous work on Ayn Rand, including whether Rand was a good screenwriter, which is the best of her novels, what to make of the sex scenes in Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, how Rand and Mises got along, and why there's so few successful businesswomen depicted in American fiction. They also delve into why fiction seems so much more important for the American left than it is for the right, what's driving the decline of the American conservative intellectual condition, what she will do next, and more. Read a full transcript enhanced with helpful links, or watch the full video. Recorded August 30th, 2023. Other ways to connect Follow us on X and Instagram Follow Tyler on X Follow Jennifer on X Join our Discord Email us: email@example.com Learn more about Conversations with Tyler and other Mercatus Center podcasts here.
Like it or not, economist Milton Friedman had lots of ideas that still affect economic policy and programs. In her new book, “Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative,” Jennifer Burns writes about Friedman's complicated position as a contrarian among economists of his time and as an adviser to members of the Republican Party. We’ll hear from her about Friedman's life and economic beliefs. Also in this episode: international student enrollment and discretionary spending.
Like it or not, economist Milton Friedman had lots of ideas that still affect economic policy and programs. In her new book, “Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative,” Jennifer Burns writes about Friedman's complicated position as a contrarian among economists of his time and as an adviser to members of the Republican Party. We’ll hear from her about Friedman's life and economic beliefs. Also in this episode: international student enrollment and discretionary spending.
This week, Peter Boettke interviews Jennifer Burns, author of Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative. Milton Friedman achieved tremendous sucess as an economist including being a John Bates Clark Medal winner, a Nobel Prize winner, and the president of the American Economic Association (AEA). In this episode, they discuss Friedman's time at Columbia University, the origin of his economic theory, the influence of Frank Knight, Friedman's female coauthors including Anna Schwartz and Rose Friedman, Friedman's association to conservatism, and more.Jennifer Burns is an Associate Professor of History at Stanford University and a Research Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. She is the author of Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative (November, 2023) and Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right (2009). An expert on this history of conservative ideas and politics, she has written for The NewYork Times, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, and Dissent, and has discussed her work on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and elsewhere.If you like the show, please subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and tell others about the show! We're available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and wherever you get your podcasts.Virtual Sentiments, our new podcast series from the Hayek Program is now streaming! Subscribe today and listen to season one on digital democracy.Follow the Hayek Program on Twitter: @HayekProgramLearn more about Academic & Student ProgramsFollow the Mercatus Center on Twitter: @mercatusCC Music: Twisterium
Though arguably one of the most celebrated economists of the past century, there's much to still be learned about the late Milton Friedman – his embrace of free markets and capitalism, his oft-times contrarian thinking on the likes of drug legalization, and the women who supported his research. Author Jennifer Burns, a Hoover Institution research fellow and Stanford University historian, discusses what she learned about the fabled Hoover senior research fellow (courtesy of Friedman's papers in Hoover's archives) in her new book, Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative.
November 14, 2023 ~ Richard Friedman, Alene and Allan F. Smith Professor of Law and Expert on U.S. Supreme Court History at the University of Michigan, talks with Guy, Lloyd, and Jamie about the Supreme Court issuing an ethics code.
On this episode, I visit with co-founder Chantelle Friedman about her non-profit organization called Live Inspired 365 and how they are providing hope and help for mental health awareness. Listen in as she shares her heart and mission to help those that need to know they are not alone! Chantelle started Live Inspired 365 after losing her Dad to suicide. Her first project was to sell stickers and she used the money she raised to purchase journals for patients in the Behavioral Health Hospital. With the help of her friend Michelle, they have supported and encouraged thousands with their donations & projects, all while sparking meaningful conversations about the importance of mental health. If you or someone you you love is struggling, please get help! You can call or text "988" to chat with compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress, suicide crisis or substance abuse. Helpful Links: Live Inspired 365 Website Find out more about volunteering here Live Inspired 365 on Instagram Live Inspired 365 on Facebook Donate by Venmo: Liveinspired365 Shop Live Inspired 365 Amazon Wishlist This wish list will provide therapy supplies & Christmas gifts for patients that are in the hospital during Christmas. For more on Avera Behavioral Health Center Sign up for the Encourager Newsletter here!
Who was Milton Friedman? Jennifer Burns of Stanford University finds in her biography of Friedman that the answer to that question is more complicated than she thought. Listen as she and EconTalk's Russ Roberts discuss how the now-forgotten Henry Simons shaped Friedman's thought, the degree to which Friedman had a deep understanding and belief in the role of prices in a modern economy, and the influence of key women on Friedman's intellectual life. Finally, they explore whether or not Friedman's insights continue to affect public policy and the discipline of economics.
Morning Briefing Welcome to the Morning Briefing with Phil Friedman from Friedman Adventures. It's time to learn about what's biting, get some essential tackle tips and sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.Thanks for your great support as we really do appreciate all you do.#sportfishing #southerncaliforniafishing #bajafishing #opsinfluorocarbob #Daiwausa #blacktailhooks #fishing #fishingpodcast #philfriedman #Friedmanadventures #Friedman #philfriedman #friedmanadventurespodcast #fishingtackleSupport the show
In this episode we have a riveting discussion with Dr. Jon Friedman the Chief Medical Officer of Transplant Genomics. Dr. Friedman, joined Transplant Genomics as Chief Medical Officer in February 2022 after 22 years with Optum/United Health Group. Dr. Friedman is a Fellow of the American Society of Transplantation and received an AST Distinguished Service Award for his efforts in breaking down financial barriers in support of living kidney donors. Tune in for discussion on the use of blood tests to avoid biopsies, how we are working towards decreasing the amount of immmunosupresion meds in the future, and the future direction of transplant medicine! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @bothsidesofthestethoscope Twitter: @bsotsthethoscope
Josh Gosse and Jesse Poirier speak about the latest Montreal Canadiens news involving a Habs vs Bruins game where Kaiden Guhle scores an OT winner against the best team in the NHL indicating a NEW ERA for this young Habs team, plus some great performances from Gallagher, Suzuki and more. Also, Friedman drops a HUGE Monty extension update. The latest on the Montreal Canadiens with Full Press Coverage and Habs Digest! Check out more from Habs Digest on Youtube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Milton Friedman was a 1976 Nobel Prize-winning American economist and advisor to President Ronald Reagan and conservative British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, among others. This week, a conversation with his friend and a Professor at Chapman University, Mark Skousen. In 1980, Friedman partnered with his wife, Rose, to create a 10-part television series for PBS titled "Free to Choose." The Friedmans argued that free-market capitalism works best for all members of society, leading to problem-solving where other economic approaches have failed. The companion book to the PBS series, also titled Free to Choose, was among the best-selling non-fiction books of 1980. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Episode 63 of Derms and Conditions, our host, James Q. Del Rosso, DO, sits down with Adam Friedman, MD, to discuss some important topics in dermatology, including a comprehensive resource for portraying skin conditions and his research findings relating to sensitive skin. Dr Friedman begins by describing his atlas project, created to address a gap in dermatology in the limited way textbooks and atlases portray skin conditions. The Full Spectrum of Dermatology: A Diverse and Inclusive Atlas is a comprehensive resource that depicts dermatologic conditions across the full spectrum of skin tones to help dermatology professionals visualize the nuances in skin conditions. Next, Dr Friedman discusses his research on sensitive skin and how he puts his findings into practice with his patients. He details his global study that looked in-depth at sensitive skin and what factors trigger and exacerbate it, highlighting the importance of dermatologists having tools to assess the condition and provide management strategies. The pair also touch on guiding patients on the use of products for sensitive skin and utilizing samples. They conclude by discussing the importance of early intervention to prevent disease progression and the benefits of initiating more advanced therapies in earlier disease. Tune into this episode to hear more about what's on Dr Adam Friedman's mind!
Andrew Friedman said the Dodgers would focus on pitching this offseason, and one of the names out there in trade rumors is Corbin Burnes. Two fans submitted their proposals for a Burnes deal so the guys broke them down. One included Christian Yelich and the other included Willy Adames. Lastly, Friedman also said that Clayton Kershaw is welcome back to the Dodgers once he decides what to do, and that a reunion with J.D. Martinez is not off the table. Kiké Hernández underwent hernia surgery after the season, adding to the 2023 Dodgers to get surgery. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Dodgers wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute with two of the biggest Dodger fans you'll ever meet. Thanks for making Locked On Dodgers your first listen every day, and please tell your friends! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Jase Medical Get $20 off these lifesaving antibiotics with Jase Medical by using code LOCKEDON at checkout on jasemedical.com. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of GRUFFtalk: How to Age Better, host Barbara Hannah Grufferman uncovers the long-overlooked component of our physical well-being: fascia. Danielle Friedman, a prominent health and wellness journalist and respected author, joins in to shed light on the crucial role of fascia in our bodies, particularly as we get older. What you'll learn from this episode: What Is Fascia? Get a comprehensive overview of fascia, helping listeners understand its function and significance in the human body. This foundation demystifies how this extensive, web-like system influences our structural integrity and physical health. How Does Fascia Impact Aging? Discover how fascia relates to the aging process. This episode delves into the transformations fascia undergoes as we age, how these changes affect our mobility, and why maintaining fascial health is key to preserving vigor and flexibility. How Can You Take Care of Your Fascia? Get valuable tips on simple, everyday practices to maintain and improve your fascial health. From hydration to targeted stretches, these strategies are tailored to enhance tissue pliability, potentially easing pain and improving overall well-being. More About Danielle Friedman: Danielle Friedman is an award-winning journalist and a regular contributor to The New York Times' Well section, where she has written about everything from the joys of being a slow runner to the importance of pelvic floor conditioning. She is also the author of Let's Get Physical: How Women Discovered Exercise and Reshaped the World, which was selected as a New Yorker and Amazon Best Book of 2022. She lives in New York City with her husband and their two young sons. Additional Resources: Connect with Danielle Friedman: Website: https://danielle-friedman.com Book: https://www.amazon.com/Lets-Get-Physical-Discovered-Exercise/dp/0593188446/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2P25702SR9UKY&keywords=Lets+Get+Physical+book&qid=1698358119&sprefix=lets+get+physical+book%2Caps%2C87&sr=8-1 Earlier Episode with Danielle Friedman: “How Women Revolutionized Fitness”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grufftalk-how-to-age-better-with-barbara-hannah-grufferman/id1623436268?i=1000566344259 Earlier Episode on “Pelvic Floor”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/grufftalk-how-to-age-better-with-barbara-hannah-grufferman/id1623436268?i=1000632418208 New York Times article on “Fascia”: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/09/11/well/move/fascia-muscle-health.html New York Times article on “ThighMaster”: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/10/17/well/move/suzanne-somers-thighmaster.html Connect with Barbara: Website: https://www.barbarahannahgrufferman.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BarbaraHannahGruffermanAuthor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barbarahannahgrufferman/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbara-hannah-grufferman/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we bring you the conversation from Eco Meet CLE, a sustainability event held this October at Great Lakes Brewing Company. The theme of the evening was local food. Over 100 people joined us for food, beer, and a conversation about our local food system with a panel of guests that helped us explore the meaning of the term food system, the various roles within that system, and ways we might make it more local, more accessible, and more inclusive.In this recording, we first hear Lexi St. Denis, the local and responsible food coordinator for Great Lakes Brewing Company, describe her job and the farmers she works with. After that, we hear from Dr. Darcy Friedman, a renowned researcher and the Director of the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health at CASE. Dr. Friedman moderated our panel of 3 speakers that included Zainab Pixler, the Local Food Systems Strategy Coordinator for the City of Cleveland Department of Public Health; Annabel Khouri, the owner of Bay Branch Farm in Cleveland and a member of the USDA Farm Service agency committee; Jennifer Lumpkin, founder of My Grow Connect, an organization that works to connect the community with agriculture and member of the Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition. We've set the table for some intriguing topics - everything from food sovereignty to wealth building for BIPOC growers. And we examine solutions that Cleveland can adopt to improve its local food system, address disparities, and improve health in our communities. So pull up a chair. There's plenty to digest on this episode of Eco Speaks CLE.Thank You, Sponsors! Great Lakes Brewing Co - Brewing Good Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health - CWRUConserva Irrigation of Northern OhioGraziani Multimedia1 PM One Planet MediaSustainable Ohio Public Energy CouncilRET3 Job CorpsLettuce Tree FarmsBlue CSR StrategiesRust Belt RidersCollaborxFood StrongBRITE Energy InnovatorsCleveland Neighborhood ProgressFollow us: https://www.facebook.com/ecospeaksclehttps://www.instagram.com/ecospeakscleContact us:email@example.com
Short, spiky, transcendental, and everything in between on this week's independent music podcast. We have acid-tinged electronics, field recordings of birds, spoken word, club bangers, drones and much more. You can listen to the first six tracks for free. To listen to the full episode, get a huge back catalogue of music, and access to our live shows and Discord group, please join our Patreon: patreon.com/independentmusicpodcast. The podcast only survives with Patron support TracklistingMikrodot – Hypnotoad (Next Level, Netherlands)Sheherazaad – Mashoor (Erased Tapes, UK)Flightless Birds Take Wing x Benjamin Shannon – Noisy Miner (4000 Records, Australia)Liv Wynter – VIOLENCE (How To Catch a Pig, UK)Melanie De Biasio – Lay Your Ear to the Rail (PIAS, UK)USA Nails – Feel Worse (One Little Independent, UK)Surusinghe – Boka (AD 93, UK)Marina Zispin – Ski Resort (Night School, UK)The Lord & Daniel Kubinski – Palliare (Southern Lord Recordings, USA)Burnt Friedman & João Pais Filipe– 18 – 140 2 (Nonplace, Germany) This week's episode is sponsored by the state51 Conspiracy, an independent music house. Go to state51.com to find out more about everything they do: state51 Factory sessions and events; hand-made Atelier products; a diverse roster of Label releases; Greedbag stores, pop-up and fanzine, and the Collective of distribution partner labels and artists Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston
In this exclusive podcast edition of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, we welcome the President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace, Lara Friedman, to further inform our listeners about the ongoing state of affairs in Israel/Gaza and the emergency unconditional $14 billion spending bill moving through Congress to aid Israel.Lara Friedman is the President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace. She is a leading authority on the Middle East, with particular expertise on U.S. foreign policy in the region, on Israel/Palestine, and on the way Middle East and Israel/Palestine-related issues play out in Congress and in U.S. domestic politics, Ms. Friedman is a former officer in the U.S. Foreign Service, with diplomatic postings in Jerusalem, Washington, Tunis and Beirut. She also served previously as the Director of Policy and Government Relations at Americans for Peace Now.I've been in meetings over the years, and I've had a member of Congress say to me, "Well, you know, land without a people for a people without a land." Or they've quoted back to me something like, "Well, listen, Israel can't make peace so long as the Palestinians hate Jews more than they love their children." That kind of stuff. I mean, it's just this basic language, which at a fundamental level dehumanizes Palestinians in such a way that you don't have to question whether what Israel is doing is right or wrong.Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East PeaceThere are no innocent civilians because they're all somehow in their DNA, virulently, viciously anti-Semitic, and full of hate and full of terrorism. And, once you've established that as a baseline, deep racism, deep dehumanization, it's extremely effective. Because then anything goes.Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East PeaceWe know that there was a period of time when the Israeli military literally calculated the number of calories it needed to allow entry into Gaza to prevent the population from starving. And that was all they were letting in.Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East PeaceWe're in the most bizarre place where we have almost 10,000 Palestinians dead on the ground in Gaza. And the narrative that is being pushed out by the Israeli government and its supporters here, including in the US administration, is that to talk about ceasefire is repugnant. It's just utterly surreal.Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East PeaceIf people still believe that you can defeat an ideology by killing a lot of people and essentially taking a whole generation and killing their parents and injuring them, and they think that's going to defeat an ideology, then they've learned nothing. They've learned nothing from the horrible experiences of the past few decades of the U.S. experience in the war on terror, and the know nothing about human nature.Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
The Dodgers need to make major changes this offseason but to do so they must break out the checkbook. Tune in for the latest trade rumors, and more on this episode of the Dodgers Dougout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When investors set out to find a new investment, they'll likely come across an HOA property. Unless you know exactly what an HOA property entails, you may be left asking yourself, “Should I invest in a property with an HOA?” Investing in a homeowners association property requires significant effort because of the many oversights and restrictions. It's a challenge, but it has benefits if you're willing to do the work. From fees to rental restrictions, we'll dive into what to expect when investing in a property under a homeowners association. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everything in this corner of the world has changed since Saturday, October 7. All around us, friends, family, colleagues, people have died. People are missing. People have been kidnapped. There's a lot of uncertainty and we're all involved in dozens of initiatives but we're also going to bring you some voices and testimonies that try to paint a picture of these devastating times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you worry about your teenager's safety and fear they could fall into the deceptive webs of manipulative, cult-like groups? Are you a desperate parent seeking intervention services for your struggling teen? If so, you can't afford to miss this interview with Melanie, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a survivor of the infamous Troubled Teen Industry —a largely unregulated web of residential behavior modification programs notorious for subjecting struggling teens to various forms of abuse. Our riveting dialogue focuses on these unregulated behavior modification programs' stark realities and untold abuses. Melanie's mission is to raise awareness and educate mental health professionals on coercive control settings like these. Why is this essential? Because desperate parents might unknowingly send their vulnerable teens into a dangerous commercial cult. Of course, there are legitimate therapeutic groups and settings but one needs to vet them extremely carefully and understand from former victims and experts what red flags to watch out for! Learn more about Steven Hassan and Freedom of Mind Resource Center. Visit freedomofmind.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices